Publications

Dr. Cynthia E. Orozco

HISTORIAN & MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER
ARTICLES                  

Regionalism, Politics, and Gender in Southwestern History: The League of United

Latin American Citizens’ (LULAC) Expansion into New Mexico from Texas,

1929-1945,” Western Historical Quarterly XXIX: 4 (November 1998): 459-483

Reprint in En Aquel Entonces: Readings in Mexican-American History, ed.

Manuel G. Gonzales (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000).

 

“Chicano and Latino Arts and Culture Institutions in the Southwest: The Politics of Space,

Race, and Money,” in Latinos in Museums: A Heritage Reclaimed, ed. Antonio Rios-

Bustamante and Christine Marin (Malabar, Florida: Krieger Publishing Co., 1998): 95-107.

 

 “Alice Dickerson Montemayor: Feminism and Mexican American Politics in Texas in the

1930s,” Writing the Range:  Race, Class, and  Culture in the American Women’s West, ed.

Elizabeth Jameson and Susan Armitage (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997):

435-456.

 

Beyond Machismo, La Familia, and Ladies Auxiliaries: A Historiography of Mexican-Origin Women’s Participation in Voluntary Associations and Politics in the United States, 1870-1990,” Renato Rosaldo Lecture Series 10, 1992-93 (Tucson: Mexican American Studies & Research Center, University of Arizona, 1994):37-78; Reprinted in Perspectives in Mexican American Studies 5 (Tucson: Mexican American Studies & Research Center, University of Arizona: 1995): 1-34. 

 

“Getting Started in Chicana Studies,” in Ideas andResources for  Integrating Women’s

Studies to the Curriculum III, ed. Myra Dinnerstein and Betty Schmitz (Tucson:

Southwest Institute for Research on Women, 1989):31-52; Reprint in Women Studies  Quarterly XVIII: 1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 1990): 46-69.

 

 “Sexism in Chicano Studies and the Community,” Chicana Voices: Intersections of Class, Race, and Gender (Austin: Center for Mexican American Studies, University of Texas Press, 1986): 11-18; Reprinted in Chicana Feminist Thought, The Basic Historical Readings, ed. Alma M. Garcia (New York: Routledge, 1997): 265-270.

ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES
New Handbook of Texas encyclopedic essays located at www.tshaonline.org/
80 entries in the New Handbook of Texas (Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1996) written by Dr. Cynthia E. Orozco including overview essays of Mexican American women and Selena

 Casimiro Pérez Alvarez
 American Council of Spanish-Speaking Persons
 Josephine Juana Cavasos Barnard
 Frank L. Chapa
 Chicana Rights Project (MALDEF)
 Círculo Cultural Isabel La Catolica  
 Clinica de la Beneficencia Mexicana
 Comision Honorifica Mexicana
 Gregorio Córtez
 Pablo Cruz   
 José Antonio de la Garza
 Del Rio ISD v. Salvatierra
 Simón G. Dominguez
 Emigrant Agent Act
 Josefina Escajeda
 Eleuterio Escobar Jr.
 Ana Salazar de Esparza  
 Eva Carrillo García
 Gustavo C. García
 Matias William García
 Bernardo F. Garza
 Gilberto A. Garza
 Higinio Garza Jr.
 Manuel C. Gonzales
 Elvira Rodríguez de Gonzales
 Fermina Guerra
 Gustavo G. Guerra
 Harlingen Convention
 María L. de Hernández
 Hidalgo County Rebellion
 Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas
 Clemente N. Idar
 Eduardo Idar  
 Intercultural Development Research Association
 Petra Vela de Vidal Kenedy
 Pauline Rochester Kibbe
 Ladies LULAC
 League of United Latin American Citizens
 Alicia Guadalupe Elizondo de Lozano
 Ester Machuca
 Eulalio H. Marin
 Consuelo Herrera Méndez
 Mexican American Democrats
 Mexican American Legislative Caucus
 Mexican American Republicans of Texas
 Mexican American women
 Mujeres por la Raza
 Edmundo Eduardo Mireles
 Alice Dickerson Montemayor
 Carolina Malpica Munguia
 José Romulo Munguia Torres
 Antonio Victor Navarro
 Nuecestown Raid of 1875
 Order Knights of America
 Order Sons of America
 Maria Elena Zamora O’Shea
 Alonso S. Perales  
 Porvenir Massacre
 Lino Perez Sr.
 Selena Quintanilla Pérez
 José Agustin Quintero
 Emilia Wilhemina Schunior Ramirez
 Reds & Blues
 Cleto L. Rodriguez
 Hermelinda Morales Rodríguez
 Elvira Rodriguez de Gonzales
 Rodríguez v. San Antonio I.S.D.
 María Sada
 Service, Education and Redevelopment
 School Improvement League
 Spanish Speaking PTA
 John C. Solis
 Texans for the Educational Advancement of Mexican Americans
 Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce
 Texas Council on Human Relations
 Texas Industrial Areas Foundation
 William C. Velasquez
 Viva Kennedy Clubs

21 entries in Latinas in the United States, an Historical Encyclopedia (Indiana University Press, 2006)
Josephine Juana Cavasos Barnard
Chicana Rights Project
Circulo Cultural Isabel la Catolica
Clinica Beneficiencia Mexicana
Josefina Escajeda
Eva Garcia
Fermina Guerra
Maria Latigo Hernandez
Alicia Guadalupe Elizondo de Lozano
LULAC
Ester Machuca
Consuelo Herrera Mendez
Alicia Dickerson Montemayor
Mujeres por la Raza
Aurora E. Orozco
Maria Elena O'Shea
Elvira Rodriguez de Gonzalez
Maria Sada
Emilia W. Schunior Ramirez
Hermelinda Morales Rodriguez
Adela Sloss Vento

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